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All of the City's parks are available at no charge on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Reservations are not accepted.

View Rules and Regulations for park use.

   
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DeYoung Park is in the heart of downtown. Named after the DeYoung family, this park provides a tree-shaded spot for lunch and features unique artwork.
 


 

picture Rotary Community Park
Rotary Community Park provides a unique combination of active and passive recreation uses including a Skate/BMX park, playground, climbing boulder, art wall, trail and boardwalk system, and picnic area.
 


Updates:
- American Trails Magazine

picture Wilmot Gateway Park
Woodinville's first community park offers a playground, open play area, public art and connects to the Sammamish River Trail along the Sammamish River.
 


picture Woodin Creek Park
Upon incorporation, Woodin Creek Park was transferred from King County to the City. The park is located south of Wilmot Gateway Park and offers a picnic shelter, half-court basketball court, public art and also connects to the Sammamish River Trail.
   
  Neighborhood Parks

Neighborhood parks are small parks with limited facilites located in residential areas.

 

 

 

picture Greenbrier Park
A small open grass play area.
   
picture Little Bear Creek Linear Park (undeveloped)
Future planned development of a linear trail system along the length of the Little Bear Creek.
   
picture Quail Ridge Park (no link)
Undeveloped park land at NE 171st Place and 125th Place NE.
   
picture Stonehill Meadows Park
A small play area with a play structure.
   
picture Tanglin Ridge Park
A small play area with a play structure.
   
picture Woodin Glen Park (no link)
Undeveloped park land donated by the Conner family at NE 190th Place.
   
picture Woodinville Heights Park
Woodinville's first neighborhood park.
   
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Public Arts Program
Thanks to the efforts of the City's Public Arts Advisory Committee, many public art pieces are on permanent and temporary display at City Hall and in city parks.

The City's public art program involves purchasing permanent art, accepting art donations and showcasing local talent through the Artist of the Month program. Take a walk through our downtown parks and enjoy sculptures. Visit City Hall and the Carol Edwards Center to view donated art and rotating monthly displays.

 


The Woodinville Art Walk provides an online guide of sculptures, statues and fine art.

 

To report a park maintenance issue, contact Brian Meyer, Parks Department, 425.877.2287.

For information about park and open space development, contact Alexandra Sheeks, 425.877.2266.

 

 

 

Page last modified: May 13, 2013

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